Learning how to make the best cocktails
International Open Academy

Cocktail Training & Menu Creation

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International Open Academy
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135 € 22 
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£ 119  £ 19

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Ore di lezione 50h
Durata 60
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A talented bartender knows a lot about how to create unique and exciting flavours, while simultaneously playing the role of listener, therapist, and life coach to customers. Understanding what it takes to plan and create an amazingly tempting cocktail menu, and to serve that menu with class and flair requires a lot of talent and social skills. A talented mixologist is:

Free thinking
A risk taker

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Our comprehensive online course Modules will expose you to a wealth of knowledge in:

Liquor and cocktails
The history of mixology
Proper pouring technique and bar preparation
Friendly and amiable bartending service
Flavours and how they mix together
Popular cocktails and flavours across the globe
Pairing cocktails with food, weather, and/or events

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Marianella Morales
Il meglio: I needed to take something that would help me get a good scope of my options in the work force and make it easier for me to understand the expectations and demands of my choices.
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Corso realizzato: Marzo 2018
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Cosa impari in questo corso?

Alcohol Counselling
Customer Care
Drinks preparation
Menu elaboration
And snacks


Course Programme

Module 1: History of cocktails
1.1 Where it all began
1.2 Early cocktails
1.3 Evolution of the cocktail
1.4 Cocktail trends through history

Module 2: Introduction to liquor
2.1 Whiskey and scotch
2.2 Vodka
2.3 Rum
2.4 Tequila
2.5 Gin
2.6 Liqueurs
2.7 Cordials

Module 3: Introduction to cocktails
3.1 Classic cocktails
3.2 Highballs
3.3 Two liquor cocktails
3.4 Martinis
3.5 Shots

Module 4: Preparing the bar
4.1 Organising your station
4.2 Glassware styles and uses
4.3 Prepping garnishes
4.4 Bar upkeep
4.5 Helpful bar tools

Module 5: Interacting with the customer
5.1 Greeting
5.2 Rules of etiquette
5.3 Proper customer interaction
5.4 Making appropriate recommendations
5.5 Handling customer complaints with poise
5.6 Dealing with a drunk customer

Module 6: Flair bartending
6.1 History
6.2 Techniques
6.3 Guidelines
6.4 Improvisation
6.5 Entertainment

Module 7: Pouring technique
7.1 Pouring a beer
7.2 Opening wine and champagne
7.3 Measuring
7.4 Shaking and straining
7.5 Mixing and muddling
7.6 Floating and layering
7.7 Free pouring

Module 8: Mixology
8.1 The basics
8.2 Properly making the classics
8.3 Creating new and exciting drinks
8.4 Planning a cocktail menu
8.5 Rules to follow

Module 9: Popular cocktails around the globe
9.1 North America
9.2 Europe
9.3 Asia
9.4 East Asia
9.5 South America
9.6 Central America
9.7 Australia
9.8 Africa

Module 10: Pairing cocktails with food or events
10.1 Know your flavours
10.2 Match the season
10.3 Match the venue
10.4 Food pairing
10.5 Rules and guidelines